Allan Hancock Industrial Technology Center & Playfields

Client: Allan Hancock College

Size: 59,322 sq. ft.

Cost: $20,955,529

Completion: July 2014

Delivery Method: Design-Build

Location: Santa Maria, CA

Service: Programming, Architectural Design, Construction Administration

Principal-in-Charge/Senior Project Manager: Brian Maytum

Project Architect: Chris Flatt

Project Coordinator: Eric Sifuentes

General Contractor: Flint

Construction Manager: IBI Group

Civil Engineer: RFE Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Lawson Mechanical

Electrical Engineer: The Engineering Enterprise

Structural Engineer: Buehler

Landscape Engineer: MTW Group


The Industrial Technology and Physical Education Athletic Playfields project at Allan Hancock College provided new facilities with expanded and improved space for the college’s existing industrial technology programs. These programs include; automotive transportation technology, auto body technology, architecture/engineering technology, machine technology, welding and administrative support. The two new buildings provide state of the art facilities and equipment for the well-established industrial technology program at the college. Unique to this program is the addition of an enology lab and test vineyard in support of the college’s emerging wine making program.

Combined with the Industrial Technology facilities project was the relocation, replacement and upgrade to the college’s varsity baseball, soccer, football and track venues. A new regulation baseball field replaced the existing aged field and included permanent dugouts and natural turf. A new 8-lane, all-weather 440 meter track and natural turf soccer fields provide significant improvements to the existing track and field venues. This was a Design-Build project completed with Flint and criteria documents were provided by IBI Group Architects Planners, Inc. as Design Architect.

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